How might a shipowner fixing his ship on time charter seek to protect himself from action by the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)?

By prohibiting time charterers from sending the vessel to countries regarded as ITF “strongholds”, i. e. Scandinavian and Australasian countries. 

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What is probably the most commonly defined trading area in time charters for a vessel trading worldwide?

Under a time charter, what kind of countries is a time charterer often prohibited from sending the chartered ship to?